About the IAA event

 

5-th International IAA Symposium on

 SPACE FLIGHT SAFETY

September 24 – 27, 2018

Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

The Space Flights Safety symposium — the international action consolidating the international efforts on safety of space flights at new technological and technological level.

Symposium language — English, Russian.

It is held in St. Petersburg to the period since September 24 to September 27, 2018.

Schedule of symposium preparation:


- 1st announcement: March 30, 2018
- 2nd announcement and preliminary program: August 31, 2018
– period of registration and hotel booking registration: July 15 – September 15, 2018.

 

Abstract handling:


Submission via e-mail: deadline August, 30, 2018
Information of acceptance: 10 days after submission
– Program drafting and finalization: September 10, 2018
– Visa handling: since June 1, 2018 – August 15, 2018

All questions relevant to registration, abstract submission should be addressed directly to Local
Organizational department head Andrew Mikhaylin: mikhaylin@npo-sm.ru


Symposium web site:
http://sfs-spb.ru


The information is present on the IAA site as well.

 

ORGANIZER

International Academy of Astronautics

CO-ORGANIZERS

- Scientific and Production Enterprise "Special Materials"

- Russian section of The Combustion Institute

- Federal Science Center “Scientific Research Institute for System Studies
Russian Academy of Sciences”

 

-  Moscow M.V.Lomonosov State University

 

- St. Petersburg State University

SPONSORING ORGANIZATION

"Technomash", Russian Space Agency

TOPICS

1. Fire safety of Space vehicles


2. Protection of Space structures from space debris collisions and micrometeoroids


3. Safety at launch place and during takeoff


4. Propulsion systems


5. Radiation hazards and safety


6. Supercomputer predictive modeling for ensuring Space program safety

SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Program Chair:

Nickolay Smirnov — Prof., Dr.Sc.-Hab., International Academy of Astronautics Com. on Space
Physical Science, professor of Moscow M.V.Lomonosov State University, Deputy-director of
Federal Science Center "Scientific Research Institute for System Studies Russian Academy of
Sciences"

Country: Russia

 

Co-chair:

Mikhail  Silnikov  —  Corr. Member of Russian Academy of Sciences, Prof., Dr.Sc.-Hab., Director
General Scientific and Production Enterprise "Special Materials", Academician of Russian Academy
of Rocket and Artillery Sciences

Country: Russia

Vitaliy Adushkin — Academician RAS, Institute of Geosphere Dynamics

Country: Russia


Igor V. Barmin, Corr. Member RAS, General Designer, Federal State Enterprize “TsENKI”, Russian
Space Agency, President of Russian Academy of Cosmonautics

Country: Russia


Vladimir Betelin, Academician RAS, Scientific leader of Federal Science Center “Scientific
Research Institute for System Studies Russian Academy of Sciences”

Country: Russia


Jean Michel Contant, IAA Secretary General

Country:  France


Grunde Jomaas, Professor, The University of Edinburgh

Country: Scotland, UK


Jaye Koo, Professor of Aerospace University (Seoul, Korea)

Country: Korea

Mikhail Marov — Academician RAS, V.I. Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical
Chemistry. 

Country: Russia


Susan McKenna-Lawlor, Academician, Prof. D.Sc., IAA Com. on Space Physical Science Chair
Country: Ireland


Vyacheslav Nosikov, Adviser to General director “NPO “Technomash”, Russian Space Agency

Country: Russia


Vitalii Panov, Vice-president of Russian Engineering Academy

Country: Russia


Igor Rubtsov, director of scientific Analytic Centre “NPO “Technomash”, Russian Space Agency

Country: Russia

 

LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Mikhail Silnikov, Director General Scientific and Production
Enterprise “Special Materials” (Chair)

 

Andrew Mikhaylin

 

Andrew Sazykin,

SESSIONS

1. Fire safety of Space vehicles.

Chair: Grunde Jomaas, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK


2. Protection of Space structures from space debris collisions and micrometeoroids

Chair:  Nickolay Smirnov, Moscow M.V.Lomonosov State University, Russia


3. Safety at launch place and during takeoff

Chair:  Igor V. Barmin, General Designer, Federal State Enterprise “TsENKI”, Russian Space Agency, Russia


4. Propulsion systems

Chair: Jaye Koo, Professor, Korea Aerospace University, Seoul, Korea


5. Radiation hazards and safety

Chair: Susan McKenna-Lawlor, Academician, Prof. D.Sc., Sec. IAA Com.1, Ireland


6. Supercomputer predictive modeling for ensuring Space program safety

Chair: Vladimir Betelin, Academician RAS, Scientific Leader of Scientific Research Institutefor System Analysis Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

PUBLICATION

Authors of papers presented at the Conference, will be invited to submit their contributions to Acta Astronautica

for a standard review procedure.

REGISTRATION FEE

Members of IAA: 200 Euros


Non-members: 250 Euros


Students: 150 Euros


Accompanying persons: free one accompanying person, additional accompanying persons:  100 Euros per person
Items included in the registration fee:
Admission to all sessions
Participant badge and kit
Booklets
Excursion
Refreshments and Coffee

Banquet and transportation to/from airport, as well as other optional tours are paid separately.

HOTELS AND ACCESSIBILITY

Hotels will be within walking distance, prices ranging from 70 to 180 Euros depending on room
category.

Traveling to the symposium: Pulkovo Airport in Saint Pepersburg has good connections with
all major capitals of the World. Those preferring to take a flight to/from Moscow can use fast
train SAPSAN transportation between Moscow and Saint Petersburg. Travelling time 4 hours
(650 km), prices from 70 Euros one way. ALLEGRO train provides a rapid connection with
Helsinki.

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